SKSI Webinar Series
The SKSI Webinar Series aims to bring you insight from our stroke care experts, from treatment of acute stroke to rehabilitation. If you have any questions, please email [email protected].
The Science of Stroke Recovery
Why Is the Science and Practice of Neurorecovery So Hard? | Dr. John Krakauer
Models for Stroke Care
A Unified Model for Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation | Preeti Raghavan, M.B.B.S.
Preeti Raghavan, M.B.B.S., explains the shortcomings of the current model of stroke rehabilitation and shares how the SKSI is working to develop a new model of stroke recovery.
A Unified Model for Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation: Q&A with Dr. Preeti Raghavan
Dr. Raghavan answers questions from the audience.
Implementation of a Unified Model for Stroke Recovery & Rehabilitation | Peiting Lien, PT, DPT, NCS
Peiting Lien, PT, DPT, NCS, describes the implementation of a new model for stroke recovery and rehabilitation.
Acute hospital Rehabilitation Intensive Service (ARISE) model of Stroke Care
April Pruski, M.D., and Annette Lavezza, OTR/L, present their findings on how the ARISE model when used in stroke care could improve independence after hospital discharge.
Clinical Gait Analysis
In this installment of the Sheikh Khalifa Stroke Institute (SKSI) webinar series, Ryan Roemmich, Ph.D., discusses movement kinematics, gait kinetics, electromyography, energetics and clinical gait analysis as they relate to stroke rehabilitation.
Module 1: Kinematics
Module 2: Kinetics and Electromyography
Module 3: Energetics and Clinical Gait Analysis
Cognition After a Stroke
Cognition Post-Stroke | Stephanie Orient
Stroke in Infants and Children
In this installment of the Sheikh Khalifa Stroke Institute (SKSI) webinar series, Lisa Sun, M.D., discusses the categories of pediatric stroke along with their clinical presentations and reviews common risk factors and etiologies. She also examines outcomes after pediatric stroke and reviews multimodal treatment and treatment challenges.
Stroke in Infants and Children: Epidemiology, Presentation and Risk Factors
Stroke in Infants and Children: Outcomes and Treatment
Embolic Stroke: A Primer and Future Directions
In this installment of the Sheikh Khalifa Stroke Institute (SKSI) webinar series, Michelle C. Johansen, M.D., Ph.D., discusses current and future embolic stroke treatment options.
Module 1: Embolic Stroke: A Primer
Module 2: Embolic Stroke: Future Directions
Concepts in Early Stroke Care
Join Mona Bahouth, M.D., Ph.D., as she discusses the pathophysiological principles that affect early stroke recovery and how to manage post-stroke complications for the best possible outcomes.
Module 1: Concepts in Early Stroke Care
Module 2: Concepts in Early Stroke Care: A Focus on Early Activity
Defining Stroke, the National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale and Nursing Care for the Stroke Patient
Join Lisa Klein, MSN, RN, AGCNS-BC, CNRN, as she defines the different kinds of stroke, provides an overview of nursing care for the stroke patient and introduces the National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale.
Module 1: What Is a Stroke?
Module 2: Ischemic Stroke
Module 3: Hemorrhagic Stroke
Module 4: National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale
Module 5: Nursing Care for the Stroke Patient
Module 6: Additional Nursing Care for Stroke Patients and Patient Education
Q&A: Defining Stroke, the NIHSS and Nursing Care for the Stroke Patient with Lisa Klein
Pre-Hospital Care of Stroke EMS Routing and Stroke Treatment Update
In this installment of the Sheikh Khalifa Stroke Institute (SKSI) webinar series, Victor C. Urrutia, M.D., explains the logistics of time-sensitive stroke interventions and how adjusting EMS routing protocols can impact outcomes.
Module 1: Pre-Hospital Care of Stroke EMS Routing
Module 2: Stroke Treatment Update